The sole candidate who didn’t get any contender to contest him in NPP parliamentary primaries in Tema East constituency, Hon Yohane Amarh Ashitey, the parliamentary candidate (PC) has been endorsed massively , by an acclamation exercise.
On 10th September 2023, all the rank and file of the party folks, converged at Olams senior high school in Tema community (1) to participate and witnessed the exercise.
There were a lot of respected dignitaries who came to grace the occasion, the likes of Hon Titus Glover, the former MP for Tema East, Hon. Albert Boakye Okyere, the municipal chief executive of Ashaiman, Mrs Joana Adda the greater Accra Regional 1st vice of the ruling new patriotic party (NPP) etc.
The auditorium was filled with NPP colors, chanting the anthem of all the party to uplift the party’s spirit.
Hon.Titus told the party people to go down and work hard for them to recapture power from the NDC because Tema East used to be the seat of NPP.
Mrs Joana Adda gave a piece of advice to the parliamentary candidate, Hon Yohane Amarh Ashitey to take proper care of the party people.
When the main man , father for all, the man of the moment, Hon Yohane Amarh Ashitey was given the opportunity to speak, he sincerely thank all the party folks for the opportunity, trust and confident they have given to him to go and wrestle power from the NDC in election 2024.
He addressed them by encouraging the party people to reconcile with each other and forgive one another.
According to him what the party needs is unity and a united front to combat and fight for power.
He added that the NDC haven’t done anything better for the people of Tema East, they are just land guards on the parliamentary seat.
The track record of NPP in Tema East is far better than the NDC.
When he was speaking with the media, he highlighted some wonderful achievements, as the Municipal chief executive for Tema East that he has done to glorified his party and government.
Lastly , he said that as for the parliamentary seat he is poised ready to take it back for the NPP, come 7th December, 2024.